Sedona Productions Welcomes Disney’s Approach to Business Excellence 

Disney’s professional education course covers five powerful lessons in business, lessons carefully developed by the Disney Organization in its never-ending pursuit of excellence. These universal pillars of a successful business — leadership, culture, service, brand and innovation — are the keys to sustained business excellence. Together, these lessons forge an enduring bond between inspired leaders, motivated employees, satisfied customers, and an ability to continually grow the brand.

Throughout this course, you will discover insights that drive the Disney organization and practice adapting these insights to strengthen your organization to obtain the goal of long-term results.

What You Will Learn:

  • Adapt time-tested Disney business insights to assess and improve your organization.
  • Understand the power of values and vision in leadership to obtain a thriving organization.
  • Discover how customer loyalty can be established leading to sustained profitability.
  • Gain insight into how culture is strengthened in the recruitment, selection and training processes.
  • Apply tools to create systems and processes that make exceptional customer service achievable for any organization.
  • Integrate personal creativity and organizational processes to create ongoing innovation within your organization

Event takes place Wednesday, September 23, at the Cendera Center in Fort Worth.  For more information please contact Amy Shackelford at 817.984.6800 or

Bring Dad to Cabela’s for Father’s Day Weekend

Bring dad out for some quality outdoor activity time together during Father’s Day weekend at Cabela’s. Start with some fishing at Cabela’s fully stocked 5 acre Lone Star lake for catfish, bass or perch. Then stop by the archery range to try out your skills together shooting at block and 3D targets and try out different types of bows. Finish it up at Cabela’s mobile BB gun range with a safety brief and then target shooting and you get to keep your target. Be sure and register Dad for a chance to win a fishing gear package valued at $150 so he can keep on fishing after Jun 20. Located at 12901 Cabela Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76177. Times: From: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission: FREE.


Pantherfest, featuring Slide the City, is produced by TRVA with support from Panther Island Brewing, the City of Fort Worth and the Tarrant Regional Water District. The June 6th event will honor some of our favorite things in Fort Worth by featuring craft beer from Rahr, Martin House, Panther Island Brewing and The Collective Brewing Project; live local music from Chris Watson, Charla Corn, Shotgun Friday, Legacy 4, Chucho, Adrian Garza, Ryan Tharp, Two Ton Folk, Cody Culberson and DJ John Pollard and delicious food from Fort Worth-based restaurants such as Reata, Fred’s Texas Café, Buttons, Mexican Inn, Salsa Limon, Chadra Mezza, Gypsy Scoops, Mamma’s Pizza, Smokey’s and more.

Rockin’ the River

Rockin’ the River returns for a 5th year! Join the group at the Trinity River every Thursday from June 11th to August 13th. It’s another summer of free concerts. Land lubbers are welcome too, so bring a blanket or chairs and enjoy the music from the shore. Top it all off with an awesome fireworks show and we’d call that a near perfect night.

2nd Annual Buffalo West Car Show Benefitting Casa of Tarrant County

On June 6th from 4 – 8 p.m. at 7101 Camp Bowie Blvd. Live music provided by Uptown Drifter’s 5-8 p.m.. Free to the Public. For car entry (fee $15) please contact Scott McConnell at 817.734.2680 or email


Interested in learning more about speaking up for an abused or neglected child? Then join CASA of Tarrant County for an informational session.

This informal, one-hour meeting reviews the ins and outs of becoming an advocate, as well as addresses any questions or concerns. Attendance at an information session is required in order to move to the next phase of the application process.

Held at the CASA office with scheduled dates and times listed below for June.

Thursday, 6/4 at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, 6/9 at 12 noon
Saturday, 6/20 at 12 noon
Thursday, 6/25 at 12 noon

CASA of Tarrant County will provide all the training you need in a 30-hour course. You’ll learn about courtroom procedures as well as the consequences of abuse and neglect. After the course, you’ll be sworn in by a judge as an official volunteer advocate.

Throughout most of the case, you’ll be asked to give about 10-12 hours of your time per month. The beginning of a case is the intensive, fact-finding stage, and may require more time. The majority of cases require presenting recommendations to the judge three to six times over the course of a year. As a volunteer advocate, you will be assigned to a casework supervisor with CASA of Tarrant County who will guide you, support your efforts and attend all court hearings with you.

Contact Teddi Wiggins at 817.877.5891 or